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Bittersweet Pull & Twist Party
Help remove Oriental bittersweet vines and make public art!
15th Annual Meeting of the WLT
Help us celebrate 15 years of incorporation at our 15th Annual Meeting!
Wellington Field Cleanup
Help clear vegetation from the former farm field between the Wellington House and the Fire Station.
Western Greenway 5K Run/Walk
Help us raise money to build the Western Greenway Trail by participating in this Race for Open Space fundraiser!
Not Your Average Cause Fundraiser Day
Eat at Not Your Average Joe's and the Land Trust gets 15% of the food sale.
Grove Street Green Space Potluck Picnic
Celebrate Public Lands Day with a picnic at the newest's City acquistion!
Not Your Average Cause Fundraiser Day
Eat at Not Your Average Joe's any Tuesday in September and the Land Trust gets 15% of the food sale.
Waltham Day on the Common
Visit our table to take quizzes about nature in Waltham, learn about our upcoming events and twist bittersweet vines.
Not Your Average Cause Fundraiser Day
Eat at Not Your Average Joe's any Tuesday in September and the Land Trust gets 15 of the food sale.
Not Your Average Cause Fundraiser Day
Eat at Not Your Average Joe's every Tuesday in September and WLT gets 15% of the food sale.
Not Your Average Cause Fundraiser Day
Dine at or take out from Not Your Average Joe's every Tuesday in September and the Land Trust gets 15% of the food sale.
Prospect Hill Park Cleanup
Help remove trash and invasive species from the City's oldest and largest park.
Chester Brook Corridor Hike--FULL
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"Middle Third" Western Greenway Hike
Sign up for a guided trek on the Western Greenway Trail through the Beaver Brook North Reservation and Middlesex County Hospital Lands.
Wagon Wheel Fundraiser
Make a purchase at Wagon Wheel Nursery and Farmstand, tell the cashier you're a Waltham Land Trust supporter, and we get 20% of the sale!
Farming in Waltham
Learn about farming in Waltham: part, present and future!
FULL! Sunset Summer Solstice Walk
 
Author Talk during Waltham Riverfest
Ted Clarke reads from his book about the Charles River during Waltham Riverfest.
River Walk during Waltham Riverfest
Tag along for a guided walk along the Charles during Riverfest!
National Trail Day
Help build a sustainable trail down the back of Mackerel Hill.

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